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Guest editorial: The times they are a changing

Richard Jones

86

1

1

Pollen nutrition and colony development in honey bees: part I

Irene Keller, Peter Fluri and Anton Imdorf

86

1

3

The rock art of honey hunters

Eva Crane

86

1

11

Plants for bees: Phacelia

William D J Kirk

86

1

14

Beekeeping around the world: Sculptured beehives: a revival of an old tradition in Germany

Dorothea Bruckner

86

1

17

Beekeeping around the world: 'I get up when I hear the cock crowing around 5.30 am ...'

Abebe Tesfa

86

1

19

Science news: ICPBR news

I Williams, J Osborne, J Stevenson, S potts, A Davis

86

1

21

In Brief: news items from around the world. Conference Calendar

Pamela Munn

86

1

22

Beenome-mania: how will the honey bee genome project help beekeepers?

Jay D Evans

86

2

25

Pollen nutrition and colony development in honey bees - Part 2

Irene Keller, Peter Fluri and Anton Imdorf

86

2

27

Extinction of Melipona beecheii and traditional beekeeping in the Yucatan peninsula

Rogel Villanueva-G, David W Roubik and Wilberto Colli-Ucan

86

2

35

Plants for bees: Common Indigobush and its significance for beekeeping in the Republic of Croatia

Edita Stefanic, Ivan Stefanic and Marija Edita Solic

86

2

42

American foulbrood control: the New Zealand approach

Mark Goodwin

86

2

44

Waggle dance controversy resolved by radar records of bee flight paths

Joe Riley

86

2

46

BRAVE: Bee Research and Virology in Europe

Norman L Carreck

86

2

47

In brief: PPO Bee Research Unit moves to Wageningen, Early beekeeping in Ireland, Canadian study suggests natural pesticide impairs bumbe bee foraging ability, IBRA AGM, BeePlants newsgroup, Conference news, Bookshop

Pamela Munn, Eva Crane, J Simec

86

2

49

Editorial: A new role for IBRA

William D J Kirk 

86

3

53

Some effects of latitude on honey bee colonies

Eva Crane

86

3

54

Reviewing the confinement of small hive beetles (Aethina tumida) by western honey bees (Apis mellifera)

James D Ellis 

86

3

56

Beekeeping around the world: Non-destructive method of honey hunting

Surendra R Joshi and Min B Gurung 

86

3

63

Beekeeping around the world: Slovenia: small country with great beekeeping experience

Peter Kozmus and Ales Gregorc

86

3

65

Beekeeping around the world: Beekeeping project in S W Uganda

Rutemba Didas 

86

3

69

Science news: The plight of pollinating bees

Stephen Buchmann and John S Ascher

86

3

71

Science news: Importance of melissopalynology for beekeeping and trade

Peter Martin 

86

3

75

Regulars: In brief, Conference calendar, Bookshop

IBRA

86

3

77

Guest editorial: IBRA: The next generation

Richard Jones 

86

4

81

Pseudoscorpions: the forgotten beneficials inside beehives and their potential for management for control of varroa and other arthropod pests

Barry J Donovan and Flora Paul

86

4

83

The worldwide health status of honey bees

James D Ellis and Pamela A Munn

86

4

88

Limits of chemotherapy in beekeeping: development of resistance and the problem of residues

Marco Lodesani and Cecilia Costa

86

4

102

The modern use of honey in the treatment of wounds

Rose Cooper 

86

4

110

Beekeeping around the world: Beekeeping potential in Turkey

Ahmet Guler and Murat Demir

86

4

114

Science news: Pollen analysis by microscopy

Peter Martin 

86

4

121

Guest editorial: Stress - the bane of our age

Richard Jones

85

1

1

Quality standards for medicinal uses of Meliponinae honey in Guatemala, Mexico and Venezuela

Patricia Vit, Margarita Medina, Marie E Enriquez

85

1

2

A short history of knowledge about honey bees (Apis) up to 1800

Eva Crane

85

1

6

Plants for bees: Abelia grandiflora

D P Abrol

85

1

12

Science news: Genome of honey bee sequenced in USA

Pamela Munn

85

1

12

Beekeeping around the world: Rafter beekeeping in Cambodia with Apis dorsata

Claire Waring and Daniel R Jump

85

1

14

Beekeeping around the world: Beekeeping in the Republic of Croatia

Ivan Stefanic, E Stefanic, Z Puskadija, N Kezic and Z Grgic

85

1

19

Regulars: In brief, Conference calendar, Obituaries and Erratum

IBRA

85

1

22

The trouble with viruses

Brenda Ball

85

2

25

Introduction and spread of varroa in New Zealand

Mark Goodwin

85

2

26

Potential effects of GM crops on honey bee health

Louise Malone

85

2

29

Introduction of Apis mellifera in Jammu and Kashmir: present status and future prospects

D P Abrol

85

2

37

Why is France banning certain pesticides?

Richard E L Rogers

85

2

40

In Brief: Beekeeping enterprise in Jamaica; Bee shortage in USA. Conference calendar; Library news; Obituary: Prof. Len Heath

Pamela Munn, Eva Crane, Robert Pickard

85

2

42

Keeping bees in their place: impacts of bees outside their native range

Dave Goulson

85

3

45

Beeswax: quality issues today

Stefan Bogdanov

85

3

46

The small hive beetle, Aethina tumida: a review

Wm Michael Hood

85

3

51

Plants for bees: Faba bean

William D J Kirk

85

3

60

Science news: Prevention of residues in honey - 2004 update. Beekeeping around the world: Polonaise. In Brief: Varroa in New Zealand. Bookshop: new titles. Obituary: E P Jeffree

Richard Jones, Pamela Munn, Karl Showler

85

3

63

So you want to keep bees?

Mike Brown

85

4

65

Acaricide (pyrethroid) resistance in Varroa destructor

Stephen J Martin

85

4

67

Legalization of the use of oxalic acid in varroa control

Eva Rademacher and Anton Imdorf

85

4

70

Plants for bees: Himalayan cherry - Prunus cerasoides

Surendra R Joshi

85

4

73

Conference Report: The 8th IBRA International Conference on Tropical Bees and VI Encontro sobre Abelhas

David De Jong, Lionel S Goncalves, Bridget Beattie

85

4

74

European beekeeping in the 21st century: strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats

Richard Jones

85

4

77

Polonaise

Richard Jones

85

4

81

A new pollinator initiative on the island of Ireland

Robert J Paxton, Tomas E Murray, Una Bradley and Mark J F Brown

85

4

83

 

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